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ironworks

a building in which iron is smelted, cast, or wrought
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Thus, the owner of an iron mill provided the raw materials, the furnace and other facilities, and sold the finished product; the craft union decided everything else.
Based on Nippon Steel's history, it would be the first blast furnace closure in 20 years since it halted operations at its Hirohata iron mill in Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture, in 1993.
Next summer, Vyksa Metallurgical Plant plans to commission a new plate iron mill 5000.
Nippon Steel will also spend 60 billion yen to construct a coke oven, with an annual production capacity of 1 million tons, at its Nagoya iron mill in Aichi Prefecture.
The Chester-le-Street athlete made a return to competition last weekend and surprised many onlookers in posting the fastest time in the Signals Relays and she showed that that performance was no flash in the pan by again outpacing the opposition over a longer and tougher course on the site of Consett's old iron mill.
The book's backdrop is provided by the Pennsylvania town of Donora, which in the early to mid-20th century was dominated by a large iron mill. On 26 October 1948, a powerful air inversion covered Donora for several days accompanied by a smoke-filled fog that enveloped the town.
When confronted with the poverty endemic to the iron mill workers who walked by her own house every day, this woman from a privileged social class did all she could to effect social change, beginning with the church and moving out to all areas of the public domain.
The Tokyo District Court on Friday ruled against relatives of four Koreans forced to work in a Japanese iron mill during World War II in their suit against two officials at the Morioka Regional Legal Affairs Bureau over their rejection of the laborers' unpaid wages.
In addition, steel and iron mill sludges which have become a large waste disposal problem in the steel industry, have been successfully agglomerated through a process of pressure agglomeration.
According to Yonhap, the proposal -- targeting key industrial plants such as the Kim Chuk iron mill in North Korea -- will be taken up during summit talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and South Korean President Kim Dae Jung later this month.
completed by Menzel in 1847, the latter an exhaustive study of workers in the Koenigshuette iron mill of Silesia.
Though the women themselves were undoubtedly motivated by concern for public morality and the poverty suffered by dependents of alcoholic husbands and fathers, their attempt to rid the public realm of vice had some class overtones.(13) From the beginning, the crusade was given a meeting hall by the directors of an iron mill (among them was DePauw) who were battling their workers in a prolonged strike.